South Dakota's wine industry has expanded from 15 to 25 wineries in the past five years, and may produce a combined 105,000 gallons of wine this year. The wineries are carving out a significant niche in the state's agritourism market, shifting from the growing of cash crops to the cultivation of cold-weather grapes and fruits, such as rhubarb, chokecherries and blackcurrant, this article says.

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